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6 Most Private & Secure Browsers in 2021 | Complete Protection

With every click and every search you make, your online browser is tracking you.

 

Privacy-by-design doesn’t come by default with most browsers.

 

Still, there are a few ones available that cover useful built-in features meant to keep your browsing activity private.

 

Everyone’s privacy standard is a little different.

 

When it comes to online privacy and security though, it’s better not to make any compromises.

 

Check this list of top 6 private and secure browsers

 

You can compare and choose the best one for you.

 

Check essential details you need to look out for when choosing your browser.

 

Apart from the general features, we’ve dug deeper to see how much of what a browser claims to do in terms of protecting your privacy is a true fact.

 

Some browsers collect your data, while others require your consent.

 

While no browser provides bulletproof privacy, the more private attributes they include, the higher odds of reducing your digital footprint.

 

Let’s have a closer look at the most private browsers out there.

20 MIN READ | Last updated: Nov 29, 2021
US CISA and Microsoft Warn on Iranian Groups’ Increased Cyber Capabilities

Similar to other cyber powers of today, like China or North Korea, Iran was once considered a minor threat in terms of its cyber capabilities.

 

Bit by bit, Iran built its way up and developed robust cyber-espionage skills.

 

Today, CISA, Microsoft and Google share the same concern and give a fair warning on Iranian groups’ intense and successful cyber-attacks.

 

Check out some of the most recent cybercrime linked to Iranian attackers.

 

4 MIN READ | Last updated: Nov 24, 2021
CyberGhost VPN’s Quarterly Transparency Report

We’re in the business of protecting your privacy while maintaining your security. Here at CyberGhost VPN, we keep 38 million Ghosties safe on the internet. We don’t take this responsibility lightly.

 

One of the ways we protect your online anonymity is through our quarterly Transparency Reports. These indicate the types of legal requests – and how many – we’ve received over past months. Despite it all, we don’t have any data to share.

 

Read on to see how many requests we received in July, August, and September 2021.

3 MIN READ | Last updated: Nov 04, 2021

Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say.

Edward Snowden

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